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2nd Grand Jury To Hear Officer’s Shooting Case

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Man Injured In North Dade Gas Station Shooting

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – One person was taken to the hospital after a shooting early Sunday morning in north Miami-Dade.

The shooting happened just after 7 a.m.

The man, who was reportedly shot during a robbery, drove himself to the Chevron station at 15821 NW 7th Avenue.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue confirmed that an adult male with a gunshot wound to his leg was taken to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital.

No word on the extent of his injury.

Police have not released the injured person’s name.

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N.C. NAACP: Charges Dropped Against 50 Protesters

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10-Year-Old Fatally Shoots Self At Home In South Charlotte

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Double murder suspect involved in Fayetteville police standoff

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FAYETTEVILLE (WTVD) — A 17 year old linked to a double murder in Fayetteville was arrested overnight following a standoff with police.

On Tuesday night, detectives with the Fayetteville Police Department’s Homicide Unit went to a home on Pickerel Street to question Rashawn Javonte Hill about the death of a man and woman at the Cambridge Arms Apartments on Monday night.

According to WTVD, Isaiah Manuel Sampeur, 25, and Pamela Ann Coe, 40, were fatally shot during an altercation after answering the door to an unidentified suspect, according to investigators.

When detectives went inside Hill’s home to question him, authorities said they heard the sound of a shotgun being racked.

They said the suspect then fired a single shot as officers began walking down a hallway.

A detective then fired one round at the suspect. No one was injured.

Officers negotiated with Hill to surrender and arrested him.

He…

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Charlotte Officer Not Indicted In Fatal Shooting

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15-year-old girl rescues mom from house fire in Madison

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MADISON, N.C. — A mom in Rockingham County is calling her 15-year-old daughter her hero.

On Saturday, Cathy Honacher was taking down her Christmas tree when it got too close to a candle and started her home on fire. She yelled upstairs to her daughter to get out of the house.

Her daughter Maeren Honacher ran outside and waited on her mom.

“You could see the smoke coming out and I was calling for my mom and I was yelling for her and she wouldn’t answer me,” said Maeren.

She saw her mom on the roof needing help and that’s when she tried to start up the tractor.

“It was really cold and I couldn’t get it started it kept stalling. My mom was coaching me the whole time saying ‘Just try again. Take your time. It’s OK. Try again,” said Maeren.

Finally the teamwork clicked, the tractor started and Maeren was able…

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Wilson man sets fire to ex’s home, steals police car

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WILSON, N.C. — A Wilson man set fire to his ex-girlfriend’s home and then stole a police car early Sunday morning.

According to WBTV, Anthony Scott Jordan, 41, is charged with two counts each of attempted first-degree murder and larceny of a firearm, and one count each of first-degree arson, larceny of a motor vehicle and assault of a government official.

Officials said Jordan’s vehicle was seen in front of a home at 127 Crawford Lane “several minutes” before officers were dispatched to the home in reference to a fire.

While en route to the house fire, the officer who initially saw Jordan’s car at the home was passed by the same car traveling in the opposite direction.
The officer turned around and began chasing Jordan.

After he pulled over, the officer said he noticed that Jordan smelled of kerosene, at which point the officer arrested him and placed…

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Many still without food stamps in Guilford County

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GREENSBORO, N.C. — It has been a frustrating few months for many in North Carolina who rely on food stamps but still haven’t gotten them.

Ananda Bennett is a quadriplegic who has been waiting to receive her benefits since November but still hasn’t gotten them.

“It’s just not right,” Bennett said. “It shouldn’t be that hard to have to worry about “Oh my God, am I going to be able to eat this month?”

She’s a quadriplegic mainly gets by on her monthly disability checks and food stamps.

“It’s very difficult,” she said. “I’m not able to dress or feed myself or anything else.”

After several calls and trips to Guilford County Department of Social Services, she says she either got no response or was told to wait.

Steve Hayes, a community relations officer with Guilford County DSS says they’ve had their hands full trying to get…

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North West Baby Picture REVEALED!